Mesa Air Group yesterday said it is restructuring the CRJ fleet it operates under contract for United Airlines. Mesa will replace eight 50-seat CRJ200s with two 66-seat CRJ700s, which will be added to its existing contract and will enter service next spring. It then will fly 22 CRJ700s on behalf of UA. "We are delighted to add larger, longer-term aircraft to our fleet with United," Mesa Chairman and CEO Jonathan Ornstein said. He told ATWOnline that most of the 50-seat aircraft taken from UA ...

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